Mission: To empower, challenge, and inspire all students to learn, achieve, and excel socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually
Eagle's Code: SOAR—Safe, On-task, Attitude to achieve, Respectful
Name and History: Our school was built in 1976 during the state's centennial and the nation's bicentennial, thus the name.
Colors: Red, white and blue
Describe: Caring learning community that strives to provide a friendly and inviting learning environment
Stellar Points: School uses best teaching practices and has set high expectations for staff and students. Centennial believes all students can be successful and will do whatever it takes for students to succeed. District School of Distinction for accreditation status.
Special Offerings: Rachel's Challenge; multi-age, differentiated learning opportunities in literacy and math; strong grade level team collaboration that reviews student data monthly to determine progress and makes curricular adjustments as needed in all levels, including Gifted and Talented
Extracurricular: Running Club, Knitting Club, Garden Club, Yoga, Chess, Odyssey of the Mind, Talent Show, Kindergarten Job Fair, 5th grade Colonial Fair, Student Council Canned Food Drive, Bald Eagle Boogie Fundraiser, Jump for Heart, Schools on the Move, Safe Routes to School, Bike Rodeo, Spring Fine Arts and Fitness Nights, Tires & Tennies, Annual Chili Dinner, Annual School Art Show, Positive Behavior and Intervention Support Family Nights
Climate: A positive, respectful, and caring community that seeks what is best for students
Accomplishments/Awards/Partnerships: City of Loveland and Poudre Valley Health System partnerships with Safe Routes to School and wellness activities; Citizenship Awards from Optimists; School of Distinction; Orchards Church (neighbor) partnership in community activities and student mentoring; Harmony Gardens Nursery; Community Outdoor Classroom Garden in the works
Parent/Volunteer: Strong PTA; high volunteer levels
Mission: To educate the children of the Edmondson community by creating a safe and nurturing community that empowers, challenges, and inspires everyone to be problem solvers who learn, achieve, and excel.Slogan: Be responsible, Be respectful, Be Fairminded (RRF). Our challenge is to engage everyone in our learning community to achieve high levels in preparing for our changing world.
Colors: Blue and Gold
Describe: Small school atmosphere; part of a family; make a point to know all parents and students; comfortable; welcoming; we value each individual. We are a family community school that prides ourselves in excellent customer service. We have a committed staff that works collaborates for the well-being of each student and are responsive to individual needs.
Stellar Points: We are on our way to becoming a STEM school. We value relationships; we are highly collaborative and have high levels of dedication and differentiation to help students achieve and have all their needs met.
Special Offerings: HABIC (Human Animal Bond in Colorado)
Extracurricular: Chess, Be Fit Be Strong for Girls, Lego Robotics, Odyssey of the Mind, Battle of the Books, wellness activities, Yoga, variety of family nights
Climate: Our lobby is like a living room – warm, comfortable and friendly; we have high standards and expectations; we honor that parents want evidence demonstrating what their children are learning
Volunteer/Parent: We have many opportunities for parents/community members to be involved in our school. We are seeking community partnerships for STEM and implementing WatchD.O.G.S. this year. We have a community partnership with Embassy Suites.